FIVB President joins Bulgarian Minister of Youth and Sports as the FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship heats up
FIVB President Ary Graça received a commemorative plate from the Bulgarian Minister of Youth and Sports
The FIVB President spoke with Mr Kralev at length about the early success of the FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship, currently being jointly hosted by Italy and Bulgaria, the great fan attendances in Varna and the importance of building on the country’s appetite for elite-level volleyball.
“Our goal is to give spectators a truly engaging experience, one that they will not forget. The Bulgarian Volleyball Federation has created a fantastic stage and I hope we will see more events held here in the near future.”
President Ary Graça with the Bulgarian volleyball legend Lubo Ganev
The visit included an opportunity for international media to sit down with President Ary Graça, where he talked openly to both Bulgarian National TV (BNT) and Polish channel Polsat, about the World Championship and early success of the Bulgarian Volleyball Federation, the passion of its fans and the electric atmosphere that volleyball has inspired throughout the country.
The FIVB President talks to the Bulgarian National TV
The 2018 FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship is being jointly held for the first time in its history by Italy and Bulgaria. The finals will take place in Turin, and conclude on 30 September 2018.
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